I know everything depends on stress and force applied, how hard boots are skied, but does anyone have any idea the life expectancy of full tilt shells and intuition liners. I understand the limited heating cycles, but apart from that any idea on days of use given an average beating?
This is my 2nd season on some, ~50 days last year, 20 so far this winter. The shells seem forever bombproof. Always re-buckle your boots when your done. I had the toe box punched out on mine and you can hardly tell. I haven't baked the liners this year, did twice last year. They still fit all nice (with custom footbeds tho), but I'll bake them again soon. The seams and stitches are all still perfect! Honestly I ride my boots hard and they stay so good and reliable. The Intuition liners really make them what they are, though.
I was down at the SkiRack ski shop in Burlington, VT and they said that Intuition liners start to die at around 80 ski days. I had over 120 days on my Full Tilt Camos and just got new Intuition pro liners today.
same exact boat.....i rode my fullt tilt camos for about two seasons and they started to rub throught the back off the heel, just got new intuituion liners feels like a whole new boot, only problem is i have worn down the toe and the heel, but i am going to make new heel/toe with some expoxy and metal...they last a long time and will last even longer if you get creative